Crawford’s is the kind of neighborhood bar that makes every other neighborhood jealous they don’t have one. The small space in DTLA has a weird, dive-y feel to it, with a few scattered tables around, a pool table, and Buck Hunter in the corner. The crowd is always local and laid-back, but the real hidden secret is the fantastic fried chicken sandwiches you can order at the bar.
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The Park’s Finest BBQ
A Filipino-Southern BBQ spot worth a visit. Hit it on Wednesdays for their try-it-all $12 special.
Porridge and Puffs
Porridge and Puffs in Historic Filipinotown has Asian-inspired rice porridge, and a quiet, welcoming feel.
Doubting Thomas is a coffee shop in Historic Filipinotown with good daytime food and a great pastry selection.
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Cicada Club is a fantastic supper club in downtown with a live big band and a dance floor that gets going early.
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